Disaster preparedness, myths and programs that hold promise

Episode 2 March 25, 2019 00:22:04
Disaster preparedness, myths and programs that hold promise
Emerging Minds Podcast
Disaster preparedness, myths and programs that hold promise

Mar 25 2019 | 00:22:04

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Show Notes

In this episode we talk to Dr Briony Towers, a research fellow in the Centre for Urban Research at RMIT University, about the benefits of involving children in disaster preparedness, as well as some of the myths and misconceptions that children hold about disasters and bushfires in particular. In this episode you will learn: Further information and resources: How Educators can prepare their students for a natural disaster How parents and caregivers can prepare for a natural disaster Community Trauma Toolkit

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